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Any toxic substance produced by a fungus.
- ‘Rarely, some molds produce toxic substances called mycotoxins.’
- ‘They produce lots of toxins, called mycotoxins, which can contaminate our food.’
- ‘The insect-resistance gene discourages the build up of mycotoxins, potentially dangerous toxins that are probable human carcinogens, in corn.’
- ‘Many molds are capable of producing compounds called mycotoxins which are toxic to other organisms, including people.’
- ‘Numerous other species of mold and mildew are also toxic, and many mycotoxins are known carcenogens.’
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